The most common method for measuring body temperature to stop the spread of Covid-19 has been a standard thermometer. However, due to the virus’s fastspreading nature, thermal cameras won many new proponents in Europe. They argue that thie techonology offers an incomparably efficient way of detecting fevers, and thus infections. But what exactly is the […]Read More
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Judicial officers have over the past year faced a high risk of contracting Covid‑19 in their exchange with lawyers and litigants. Accordingly, measures were enforced around the world settle disputes with minimal physical interaction. In China and Switzerland this involved the effective use of digital technology. China China has operating a virtual court system in […]Read More
As governments take slow and tentative steps in and out of lockdown with a vaccine on the horizon, the question on everyone’s lips is: what next? For months the press has been full of ideas on the new economy and an opportunity not to be wasted after Covid. What opportunities will there be for dispute […]Read More
Despite specific conditions in the financial sector, legal constraints for implementing a blockchain-based information sharing system could be overcome. Here's how.Read More
The story of how I went from civil law litigation in Malaysia to global head of arbitration for McKenzie.Read More
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